The Upstate is blessed with a natural landscape that is breathtaking and special. There are many opportunities across the region to enjoy nature and the outdoors. Check out some quick links to some of the special places in our region.
Located off Highway 11, Caesars Head State Park offers a stunning view of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Lake Conestee Nature Park consists of approximately 400 acres of beautiful natural habitat on the Reedy River just 6 miles south of downtown Greenville, South Carolina.
Calhoun Falls State Park and Lake Russell in Abbeville County provide the Upstate with a pristine area for hiking and camping.
Located off Highway 11 in Pickens County, Table Rock State Park offers a stunning mountain view as well as two mountain lakes, hiking trails, cabins and camping opportunities.
Lake Rabon in Laurens County was built in 1990 to provide a water source for Laurens County, but it also includes a public boat access and opportunities for water recreation.
Iron City Ministries Golf Tournament
Rally in the Valley
Easley Farmers Market
Discovering Special Places across our Upstate:
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